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    November 3, 2013
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good morning, everybody. it is sunday, november 3rd. i am here with an amazing story of survival. two planes clyde midaollide mid. if you thought professional football players were some of the toughest players. one player walks out on the team. now the nfl investigates. he says bullying is to blame. the whole story to come up. there's no more terrifying speech than a toast, right, at a wedding. some don't always go as plabd, like this one.
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>> keep smiling, keep shining knowing you can always count on me. >> well, we've got the do's and don'ts for giving the toast this wedding season. don't argue with me. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ it's over. daylight saving time ends right now. the new york marathon begins in a minute. good luck to all of you running it this morning. >> everybody is up. >> would you have overslept or underslept if you didn't set your clock? i'm confused. >> under slept. >> you would be awake early. >> right? >> did you guys do -- be honest. did you guys wake up on time and kind of look over and eyeball the clock and go, oh, i've got an extra hour and roll back over. >> no. i woke up standing in the middle of my room, freaked out, where
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am i? >> testing my reflexes. >> our producer, megan and i had 20 hours of me freaking out, wait, did it reset? is it 2:00 or is it 3:00 but 2:00. >> this is why we shouldn't do it any longer. >> but we're here. >> good to be here today, you guys. let's get to some of the other headlines. new details in the terrifying rampage at lax that left one man dead. they've charged the gunman with the murder of a federal officer. if he's convicted he could get the death penalty. he was shot four times by police. he is still in the hospital unconscious. he has not been questioned. overnight l.a.x. paying tribute to the fallen tsa agent lighting the 100 foot pylons blue in his honor. he shot 39-year-old gerardo hernandez at point blank range, left, came back because he saw him moving to shoot him again.
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hernandez leaves behind two kids and his grieving wife speaking out. >> he was always excited to go to work and enjoyed the interaction with the passengers at l.a.x. he took pride in his duty for the american public and the tsa mission. >> that's what folks said, always smiling. two other tsa agents injured in friday's shooting. they are now home recovering. overnight a shooting on homecoming weekend at a college in north carolina. police say somebody was firing off a gun near a dorm on the campus of north carolina a&t university in greengs bosboro. the university was put on lockdown while they are looking for the shooter. the lockdown is over. luckily, the student that was shot is going to be okay. this story, nothing short of a miracle. a group of eight sky divers and two pilots very lucky to be alive. i mean, shocking story after the two planes that they were in
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collided 12,000 feet above northwest wisconsin. one of the planes was sent plummeting to earth in flames. all of the sky divers jumped for it. >> any time two planes collide in the air, i mean, it's a potential disaster for everybody involved so we were all very, very lucky. >> i don't understand. i don't understand how -- >> disaster. >> that's the understatement. >> i love the way sky divers talk. it might have been bad. >> believe it or not, the only injuries were the bumps and bruises. the ntsb investigating this. touching moment in the world series parade in boston. ♪ god bless america, my home sweet home ♪ holding up their boston
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strong jerseys. the red sox placing the world famous trophy on the finish line with the words reading boston strong. the rolling rally celebrated the team's third title in the past ten years. >> the former philly. take a look at this. a seattle bridge swaying during a fast-moving swind storm. drivers out of their cars. two people were hurt. more than 135,000 people were left without power when it was all over. the bridge, how does it look this morning? >> a lot better. it was a pretty short period that happened yesterday afternoon with strong winds up to 55 miles an hour. it's a typical storm you get up there. generally the winds aren't this strong in seattle and that's what happened. lake washington, that's the lake, the 520 bridge, closed
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seven years ago. closed from 11:00 to 1:00 yesterday afternoon. the winds are done, which is good news. this is the storm and a lot of us this week will be dealing with the impact of this storm. take a look at the future radar. watch out, this goes forward in time. throughout the day spreading snow throughout much of the inner mountain west. in and across areas of colorado. then we start to see this merge up with a tropical system in the gulf. it will meet up with that energy in parts of the central planes. start to see a rain event on tuesday and wednesday in parts of texas. all of that flooding last week. temperature wise as you're waking up, a cool morning across a lot of the area including, guys, for a lot of people headed out to the marathon. a lot of the people having these bags. >> that guy has a box of munchkin donuts. >> that's not a guy running. >> clearly not running. >> they drop off their cars
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here, take a bus to staten island, wait four hours in the 45 degree weather. >> if they were smart enough to order the bus. some people forgot to do that. they had to take the ferry. >> yeah. you have to really want to run 26 miles. >> really? take three buses to get there. >> i like taking a cab. thanks, rick. there's an amazing report in the wall street journal this morning that explains exactly how the president wound up assuring the country that if you like your medical plan, you can keep it. it turns out higgs aids, the white house knew that was false when they said it. according to the wall street journal, they thought admitting the truth could be confusing and would clutter the president's message. >> you should all read it on "the wall street journal".com. they wanted to simplify the language. there was dissent among the ranks in the white house as to whether or not one former senior administration official would have his voice heard. when you say if you can keep your plan if you love your plan,
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you can keep it, that was simply too broad. they wanted to keep it broad. they wanted to keep it simple language because by changing it to be more complex by putting out the truth. >> caveat, well, if your insurance was bad, you may lose some of your coverage. they wanted to keep it simple. >> here's a quote from the story. one former senior administration official said as the law was being crafted by the white house and lawmakers, some white house policy advisors objected to mr. obama's keep your plan programs. they were overruled by political aids. the white house said it was unaware of the objections. the white house doesn't know that there is some sort of dissension amongst the ranks? >> this piece -- >> such a big issue. >> they made it perfectly clear. this piece makes it perfectly clear. they knew exactly what was going to happen because, of course, they wrote the regulations that made 10 million health plans untenable. >> right. >> in fact, illegal.
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here's what richard kirsch, one of the advisors who pushed it, now says we should have had an asterisk attached to that statement. if you have shoddy insurance. >> if you have insurance we don't like, we don't approve of, you can't have that. as long as you have insurance we like, you're all set. >> he was one of the advisors, one of the speech writers. you can't get out on the podium and say that little caveat. >> tell the truth. 10 million people lose their health insurance? that's an asterisk? that's kind of a big deal if you're one of the 10 million. >> that's why many people feel they've been sold a bill of goods. there was a lot of information withheld. it's definitive. you see it from the story. >> you know what today's word of the day is one of my favorite news words. say it at home. word of the day, subpoena. the second subpoena may be approaching. you know darrell issa on thursday in the house oversight and government reforms committee
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has been looking at the website issue and wanted to subpoena the documents. now we're looking at a new possible subpoena. >> the republican ways and means committee wants to subpoena the obama administration. they said, look, we're not going to be able to cull all of the information until sometime in november. that was on the understanding the website would be working. >> we know they have the numbers now. that's what the subpoena would ask for. >> do they or don't they? >> when carney was talking upset about the white house -- >> if you're a small coffee shop owner and all you do is sell espresso and a bag of beans, you know how many people have used square on your iphone device to buy coffee. >> the government doesn't? >> the spokesman for the white house admitted as much. he didn't say they were false. he was mad they got leaked. the public doesn't have a right to know how many people are signing up for obama care. these numbers are hidden because
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they hurt the president. >> there's a pastor who is -- one pastor says the campaign for one thing, you heard the president out on the campaign trail talking about the plan to keep your plan if you like it. he says, he's changing his mind because of the promise. listen. >> what bothers me is that the president will say one thing while campaigning for the issue and then when it comes time to implement it will do absolutely nothing to make sure his promise is kept and then when called to his attention he then changes the promise. he talked about substandard plans are no longer in effect. wait a minute. people were happy with their plans. he said, you could keep it and now suddenly they're substandard and the government -- this is an overreach. it's typical unfortunately of a certain mind set. >> he shouldn't have said if we're happy with your plan you can keep it. if mommy gives you permission you can keep it. >> changing that one little word. >> you to us. hey, nfl sunday today. we'll have much more on obama care later.
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are you guys watching football today? >> of course. i'm going to lay on the couch and do that this afternoon. i thought when you watched the nfl these are rough and tumble guys, they could handle pretty much anything, right? a lot of the players say we're not concerned about the concussion issue, right? we're out there playing tough. now we learn that the nfl players association is looking into what's going on in the locker rooms. is there bullying happening among the ranks inside nfl locker rooms. >> this has to do with the dolphins and one of their players who apparently had gone into -- he had gone into the cafeteria to esat down all of the other players got up. i mean, high school. >> johnson martin. >> this guy apparently had left the team and now the players association is looking into the situation as a possible bullying situation. i mean, i know some people are beyond this one. it makes me sad for this guy. sitting there and the guys that you're playing with -- there has to be more to the story. >> of course there is.
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i'm in total sympathy with anybody who is snuffed by anybody. i'm against human cruel at thma. this bullying thing, it is a fad, just like self-esteem, just like low carb diet, whatever. it's mass hysteria. we're all worried about bullying. the truth is people don't get along. that's okay. >> in a locker room situation, look, we've all played sports i think at some point in our lives. certainly in the men's locker room, there's that back and forth bullying. it's part of that experience. >> he was a rookie from stanford. >> first of all, incognito is the name of the player, incognito, which is the greatest name ever. is the one accused of whether or not he was doing something. >> but we're not really sure it's him. he's --
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>> incognito. >> much more on that story coming up later in the show. please. age before beauty. >> i'm four months older. patriotism for two years. why is the don't tread on me navy jack now being banned from some navy uniforms. our next guest is a former navy s.e.a.l. he has an idea why this happened. >> wrote a really cool book, by the way. >> sure. [ male announcer ] imagine this cute blob is metamucil. and this park is the inside of your body. see, the special psyllium fir in metamucil actually gels to trap some carbs to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. metamucil. 3 amazing benefits in 1 super fiber.
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well, the don't tread on me navy jack has been a symbol of patriotism for years. now that emblem is reportedly being called too radical by some officials. our guest is a navy s.e.a.l. they received an e-mail stating they may no longer wear that. joining us is carl hig by. >> thanks for having me on. >> the don't tread on me patch was commonly worn by s.e.a.l.s. >> absolutely. even our commanders wore it
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until this directive came out. >> what is the directive? >> it said, the don't tread on me patch is no longer authorized to wear on e-mails. >> we have a full screen of this. put this on the screen. here's the e-mail you received from one of your teammates. it says personnel are only authorized to wear the matching aor american 234r5g patch on the right shoulder. you are no longer authorized to wear the don't treat on me patch. what's the rationale? >> there really isn't one. you can see this e-mail and a lot of my friends are angry. there's a growing gap between the lower ranks and the guys who actually do the jobs and the senior press. the gap's ever widening. i think eventually the top brass will have to choose, career or country. they're stuck in the middle between the policies of the current administration. >> you wrote a great book on this that suggested politics plays a larger role in decisions even in an elite force like the s.e.a.l.s than most people expect? >> it's huge. it's "battle on the home front." myself and a team of attorneys
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were dedicated to making sure that if there's politics affecting the military, we're going to call them out and hold them accountable. i want people to reach out and touch me on facebook. if you have something that's possibly affecting your job, reach out to me. we want to fight for you. >> do you think it's increased. >> absolutely. >> politics since obama took over? >> absolutely. it's incredible. you have to ask at some point, like this flag, it's not necessarily the flag as big a deal as it is the symbolism behind it because you have -- it's a poke. it's a little test to see how far they can push. >> the idea is that the real threat is from conservatives in the military, they're the real danger? >> yeah. one of my friends asked, why did they ban this? why can't we wear it? it's too closely related to extremist groups. it's a poke, a prod -- >> extremist groups. >> anyone who didn't vote for obama. >> the tea party. >> guys who believe in the constitution. he wants to see how far we can push or how far he can push
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before we push back. guys are starting to push back that sent me this e-mail. >> if you push back while serving, however, you can face serious consequences. >> absolutely. look what happened to me with this book. write that book and you're gone. okay, fine. >> so distressing. higbie, thank you for your service and for illuminating what happened in the u.s. milita military. >> thanks. another cirque du soleil accident, involving the wheel of death. we have brand new details. while you were sleeping, we turned back the clocks. if you are feeling a little off, you are not alone. the tips to give you the extra boost as you head into the new work week plus food coming up. ♪ sunday, bloody sunday ♪ sunday, bloody sunday at first, we were protecting networks. then, we were protecting the transfer of data. and today it's evolved to infrastructure...
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you're not alone. even falling back an hour which
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we usually love can cause sleepiness. here with solutions to help boost your energy is bakha bakhar editor of "in shape" magazine. people are waking up and even though we have an extra hour of sleep, it's still a little crazy. what can we do to get other selves energized? >> there are a lot of things to do. get quality sleep. six to eight hours of sleep. the key is to try to go to sleep every day every day. however, something i like even more is to try to get a cool gadget like this one from phillips. this is a wake up light. >> the light. >> it gradually starts waking up 30 minutes before you set the alarm. a light starts emitting and it mimics the sunlight so that way you're waking up a little bit more energized, in a better mood, calmly. >> 6:25 on the east coast people are getting up and it's pitch
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black out. that would be helpful. >> yes, it mimics the sun. >> those little sleep things are great. >> that helps you get to sleep. that keeps out the light. >> you always say don't skip breakfast, why does had a help? >> if you do it 90 minutes to waking up, that is the key. it revs up your metabolism and energy. don't have muffins or donuts but do try to have a combination of protein, eggs, cottage cheese, and complex carbohydrates like oatmeals and whole grains. >> delicious. seek out sunshine. >> yes. in the winter months, a lot of us are not seeing a lot of light. if it is a sunny day, leave work for like about ten minutes and try to catch some sun rays, if there is no sun, go for a brisk walk. you want to do this between 12:00 and 2:00, that's when your body temperature naturally dips making your body tired. so you think you're ready to
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sleep. >> i've heard green tea is good for energy. i'm sure you have too. that's why it's here. >> it's great for energy. it has a little less caffeine. the 3:00 p.m. slump i would choose this versus coffee. it won't disrupt your sleep later that evening. >> what's the story with perfume? smell something nice you say? >> yes. it's a great way to boost your energy. it reminds you of happy thoughts. if perfume is too intense, use essential oils, lavender, elevating your mood, getting you pumped up. >> watch something funny. start laughing. >> if you're at work, when you laugh it elevates your heart rate and blood pressure. that jolts your body into energy, feeling like you're ready to go. >> i work with these two so i'm set. >> energized all the time. >> drink water before you get thirsty. >> exactly. a lots of people wait until they're thirsty to drink water. a lot of times that's too late. that means that you're fatigued, it might affect your mood, grumpy, dizzy, headaches. drink something every 15 minutes
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or so. >> thank you so much for joining us today. are you feeling energized? >> i am now. >> are you becoming energized? they're crazy. running around the studio. >> thank you. coming up, no one expected to see this arrival at the airport. how did an alligator end up at the baggage claim? and when toasts go terribly long. >> not nobody knows stu like i do. when i can tell you is this, this is not stu's first marriage. >> so what are the toast do's and don'ts. log on and let us know what you think on our facebook page. ♪ ♪ ♪ a can of del monte green beans?
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oh. ♪ >> get that chicken out of here. >> so good. this is your shot of the morning. some fowl play from a sneaky chicken. a doberman puppy, stealing his food from him. the chicken wasn't scared. no matter how many times he tried to scare him away, the bird remained undeterred. >> chickens can be domesticated.
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>> they're so dumb, they don't know the difference between captivity and the wild. >> you can tell them to go out and get the paper. >> a chicken will drown in the rain if it puts its head up like that. >> what, if the drops get in its beak and it drowns? >> they're so slow. they don't understand. >> you have had chickens? >> freddie. >> you're not lying about it? >> no. i never lie. freddie was my pet chicken. we had him in miami. he would run around the pool patio area. we moved to new york and we had to give freddie to a farm. >> is that what your parents told you. >> we had a chicken dinner before we moved. >> where's freddie? >> we have some headlines to get to. you're making me upset. stop it. freddie is fine. families in a denver neighborhood are resting easier after an accused kidnapper is behind bars. 26-year-old john snorsky grabbed an 8-year-old girl from his bedroom window. he was caught on an unrelated charge and vindicated himself in the case.
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>> i'm very happy about this. it lowers my attention a little bit. >> you don't protect the innocence of a child just for your pleasure. that isn't something you do. >> those neighbors breathing much easier. snorsky is being held on half a million bond. disturbing video of a woman getting set on fire. you want to be careful watching this. making sure it's suitable for everybody. surveillance video shows the terrifying moments. police say the woman's husband lit a cigarette while too close to the gas pump. it catches fire spreading over to the man's wife. she was taken to the hospital. she has second-degree burns to his back, arms, legs. the husband is facing charges of reckless conduct. another performer hurt at a circ due so he a little
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performance. friday night's show was halted for ten minutes. the performer was taken to a nearby hospital. he's expected to be okay. this comes less than a week after osha issued a half dozen citations in the death of another performer five months ago. in that incident the acrobat died 45 feet. i think it was a different show. caught on camera, an incredibly close call in china. take a look at this. watch the left side of your screen in the middle of a busy street, a va careens over to the other side nearly hitting a guy on a scooter. the scooter doesn't have time to swerve. apparently he's okay. >> ducks out of the way. >> yeah. >> those are the headlines. kind of some disturbing headlines today. >> typical rush hour in china, i think. let's get outside to rick. watch yourself. >> do we have any idea what happened after that van landed? >> i think the guy kept going. >> the guy on the scooter went for a beer. >> whoever was behind the scooter. >> it's china.
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we couldn't see it through the smog afterwards. >> is it busy out there? >> it is chilly out here, guys. what you notice is it's kind of light. it's 6:30. it's because it should be 7:30. now we've changed our times. it's 6:30. the light is out. take a look at the weather maps. the big story at least here this morning in new york city is the marathon. it is a chilly one. yesterday was such an amazing day across new york city. if you always like to run, i hear 50 degrees is the perfect temperature. it will be starting about 46. that's not bad. there will be a wind chill today that will make it feel like it's into the lower 30s with a kind of steady north wind coming at around 15 to 20 miles an hour. so that will make it feel much colder. by around noon when they're finishing up in central park, 43 degrees and the winds still going. so you're going to be facing a chilly head wind. it sounds a little bit uncomfortable for me. here's your forecast across the northeast as we go across the afternoon. you notice the temps for
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everybody remain very, very cool. there will be a little bit of snow flying across the interior sections of the northeast. tomorrow will be the coldest day we've had yet across areas of the northeast so far this fall. down to the southeast, cool conditions, cool start to the day warming up into the 60s for almost everybody. we'll start to see some more cloud cover moving across texas. into the northern plains, also a cool day although you'll warm up across the high plain very nicely. denver into the 60s. get ready. by tuesday you have snow. guys, send it back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. we all have the experience where there's a terrible toast unfolding. somebody horrible. something uncomfortable. you cringe. you can't believe you're watching it. that's why that clip from "bridesmaids" is so apropos. >>. ♪ keep smiling, keep smiling
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knowing you can always count on me ♪ >> it's wedding season? >> i think the fall and spring, it's like wedding season. beautiful trees. everyone wants to get their photos taken. "the wall street journal" has compiled the must dos for giving the perfect toast. you start with number one, don't make it about you. >> that's probably the biggest one i think. >> for sure. the biggest one is actually stay sober. the best men ought to take that to heart. >> make sure you keep it short. don't turn it into one of these long things. >> yeah. that's true. keep it like five minutes, right? five, six minutes because in this piece they point out that mark twain was like the sixth on the list to give the opening remarks -- to give the toast at ulysses s. grant's ceremony. six hours later it was his turn to give his speech.
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six hours had passed by all of these other people giving their speech first. >> mark twain. here's one i don't agree with. embarrassing isn't the same as funny. that's not true. em pair rasing is exactly the same as funny. >> as long as it's not you doing it. >> unless the wife or husband will be furious with you or the spouse after they hear the story. >> yeah. that makes it funnier. >> pick one story, maybe two. they often ramble from one anecdote to the next. often look, you were there. the audience wasn't there at your little story, the thing you're going to tell. they can't understand the context of that story. >> that's a good point. >> write and rehearse it. it's okay if you're up there reading it. i was in a wedding three months ago in the hamptons. the wonderful toews but her nose started bleeding. >> what? >> she was freaking out. >> that enhances it. would you remember it now if she hadn't done that? >> well, probably i wouldn't be
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talking about it now. i hope they're not watching. >> it's not to aggrandize you, it's to entertain everybody else. maybe the worst toasts are the best toasts. >> bloody knows, juggling. here's the facebook question of the day, what are your toast do's and don'ts. tell us your worst toast experience. >> we're not talking weddings, retirement. again, don't make it about you. that's the biggest one. >> i was at one in chicago and the best man rambled for 30 minutes. he was stumbling. the father-in-law had to sit him down. >> i've seen toasts at rehearsal dinners that almost destroyed a marriage. the real obama care dinners are still to come. fox news's laurie rothman is here to break it all down. >> forget robin. batman could have a new partner
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weren't enough, turns out the obama care tech troubles are only the beginning. as the affordable care act disasters lia head. here's laurie rothman to break it down. nice to see you. >> hi. you too, clayton. the story is we're dealing with the glitches, we're dealing with the cost overrungs. of the people that are going to suffer under obama care, you and me in terms of taxes, in terms of job structure. a lot of research is coming forward. let's break it down and look at deductibl deductibles. >> the sticker shock on deductibles will hit first. >> "the chicago tribune" did a survey of the exchanges and found that all of the nearly so-called lower plans, premiums will get you on the other side. they'll charge you more for the deductibl deductibles. annual deductibles of more than $4,000 for an individual. $8,000 for a deductible for a family. that's all the money coming out of your pocket. >> number two you mentioned, death spirals. we heard about all of the young folks that need to sign up for
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this. what does this mean? >> we need 2.7 million younger healthies as we're referring to them to fund, to support. this is the underlying issue of obama care. who's going to sign up first? older, sicker americans. so they're going to pile in driving health care costs. they have obviously higher costs. they're going to drive premiums higher. why would a younger healthy want to continue, keep up with obama care if those premiums overtime are going to continue to gain and gain over time. they might as well take that fine and move on. it's a much better deal for the younger americans. >> we've heard about if you like your own plan you can keep your own plan issue. of course, "the wall street journal" breaking that down. turns out it might not be the case. >> at this point because of the glitches, you have more americans who were insured being notified that they're going to be kicked off their insurance plans because their current insurance does not comply with obama care than you have currently uninsured americans getting new coverage under obama
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care. that is troubling. >> also you talk about lost jobs and lower wages for americans, too. >> obama care is telling companies, companies, especially small businesses trying to comply with obama care so they're lowering their head count under 50 for a small business. they're lowering hours worked during the week to 30 hours. they have part-time workers. fascinating. if you look at the monthly jobs report, now we know that burst in the temporary jobs, even though the corporate mandate has been delayed, they're setting up -- companies are setting up to lower the head counts, lower the wages so they're not on the hook for covering as many people. >> setting up. we've had a number of guests on the show over the past couple of months, small business owners who are already doing that. that's troubling. >> this is a shocking number here. five. another penalty for marriage. >> right. more discouragement to go out there and get married. >> under the federal tax code it costs you more to be married.
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they call it the marriage penalty. everybody has heard go this. the subsidies are structured to focus and benefit for people to have lower income jobs. if you're in a dual income household, the overall marriage penalty will come upwards of $10,000. that's exorbitant. >> that's good news. it's encouraging to go out there and get married. >> i saw you doing the segment on the toast. >> laurie rothman from the fox business network. what time is your show? >> 1:00 on the fox business network. >> 1:00. sbn, nice to see you. >> likewise. schools now segregating students in the cafeteria according to some parents based on what the glades they get. so why is this happening? we've got the details coming up. a brand new study says facebook can see a breakup coming before you do. really? our panel weighs in live next. ♪ you've got somebody
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welcome back. facebook, fb, as a lot of us like to call it, can see a breakup coming before you do, your breakup perhaps. turns out that "unfriend" button may be more important than you think. the more mutual friends a couple shares on facebook, clayton, more likely their relationship is doomed. >> here to weigh in is former miss america, kierstin tagla and from campus reform. kierstin, what do you make of this? do you buy it? >> there is a long paper. it gives a lot of great
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information. also self-esteem, depression, whether or not selfies, taking too many selfies is going to cause you to break up. so we're seeing more and more studies come out on the impact of social media. but, you know, at the end of the day this is really about the value of relationships and the quality of them is found in face-to-face communication, verbal communication. there was another study that came out that said that 60% of young people especially find that too many text messages and too much social media interaction negatively affect their relationship and dehumanize people. i don't know. >> i am confused, kathryn. the facebook theory suggests if you and your partner share the same circle, you don't have your own life, which i think is weird. if my friends "friend" my partner because they want to get to know him, doesn't mean i'm not hanging out with him individually without him. >> right. what i think is this study only covered people who listed their
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relationships publically on facebook. maybe those people are likely to share a lot of other personal details on facebook. let's say your girlfriend -- you have a ton of mutual friends and they all see when your girlfriend posts taylor swift music songs with the lyrics. maybe people who are a couple, lots of mutual friends, keep it off facebook might have fewer problems. >> totally agree with that. >> you touched on this a little bit. are we seeing a bit of a backlash with social media and young people? are we starting to get to the tipping point. facebook admitted they're losings young people. >> absolutely. >> maybe they're going to instagram, youtube, twitter, who knows, but are young people saying that they need more face-to-face contact? are they starting to also understand what adults know? >> i think so. i think that people are learning to be careful on how much they trust their technology. all of the nsa scandals, obviously the real intrusion of
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social media in our everyday lives. you can't go out to dinner without someone having their phone placed next to their fork and knife. >> taking a picture of the food, which i do. >> young people know what we want, when we want it. if we don't want people prying in and having 1,000 facebook alerts on our phone, we're going to shut it off. i think people are becoming aware and regulating their facebook use. >> kathryn, i think it was you who made a note in our producer talking notes as they say, people tend to when they look at what their friends are doing, they really can't help themselves to comment. they can't help themselves to comment. we whine about our boyfriends. we are asking for commentary on that. you take it to the facebook level. >> jessica posted this. >> yeah, i think that could be maybe what's causing the stress in the relationships. maybe not having the mutual
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friends but maybe posting all of the things on the internet. that can obviously affect things. >> social media heightens what we already know about relationships. it's just amplifying it in the first place. facebook is not really predicting. you're going to break up, you're going to break up, you're going to be together. >> obviously. absolutely. social media and facebook is not an accurate predictor of relationship success. correlation does not imply causality. like i said, the most important thing, the most beneficial thing for relationships is to be with that person face to face. you can't be co-dependent on your partner. you can't have 1,000 mutual friends when your relationship may implode. the most important thing is be independent, individuals and have that time face-to-face. >> watch out how many exs you allow to post. >> thanks for joining us. >> thanks, guys. >> just for friends and family. coming up here on the show, new york city's top cop credited with huge progress in cutting crime. why did a group of liberal
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students in the cafeteria based on their grades. it is happening in one state. the school says it's academic intervention. is it a good idea? we'll report. you can decide. it's video you have to see to believe. take a look. >> wow. >> wow. >> the moment a huge fireball misses a home by mere nin muches. can you imagine seeing that coming down the street. hey, honey, honey, honey. >> wow. >> what caused this incredible fireball of lightning straight ahead? we have our own rick reithmuth investigating. >> that happened at home. >> it was the everything bagel you were trying to eat. ♪ ♪ good morning, everybody. >> hey, did you enjoy that extra hour of sleep? i had a lot of people write on twitter this morning saying
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their phones let them down, that they still -- it woke them up an extra hour early. >> really? >> to you, my question is did you have your phone in airplane mode so it couldn't connect to the internet? i want to know. a lot of people were upset. >> people with iphones. >> i think your normal phone will not wake you up. >> you have to have a smartphone. >> mom calling early. nice to see you. >> julia is back. >> nice to be here. you're a blast to work with. we want to get to some headlines before we get to the big stuff. this story is nothing short of a miracle. this is unbelievable. a group of eight sky divers and two pilots are very lucky to be alive to say the least after the two planes they were in collided 12,000 feet above northwest washington in the air we're talking. one plane was sent plummeting to earth in flames. the pilot parachuted out. the other was able to land safely. all of the sky divers jumped for it. >> any time two planes collide in the air, i mean, it's -- it's
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a potential disaster for everybody involved so we were all very, very lucky. >> shockingly, the only injuries here are bumps and bruises. the ntsb is investigating. and overnight, a shooting on homecoming weekend at a college in north carolina. police say somebody was firing off a gun near a dorm on the campus of north carolina a and t state university in greensboro, north carolina. that's when one of the rounds struck a 21-year-old student. the university was put on lockdown. the cops looked for the shooter. the student is somewhere out there. luckily the student that was shot is okay. the search continues. as i said earlier, it's marathon day. big day in new york city. safety and surveillance are the key words of the day. in addition to the thousands of cameras and police officers, runners are being monitored by bomb sniffing dogs. police scuba divers, surveillance helicopters, new york police started planning its extra precautions the day after
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the bombings at the boston marathon in april. >> working with the nypd, really strong plan. it was already a strong plan. it's been enhanced this year. >> new york city, i think can't be anyplace safer honestly. i think the city will do a great job. >> families, got to listen up, you're being encouraged not to wait at the finish line for the runners. they want to cut down on the crowds in that area. amazing video of a fireball creeping along a power line. check this out. [ bleep ]. >> yes, i believe it can. this ball of electricity traveled along power lines in kw quebec, canada. friday night's storm knocked down trees and power lines
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leaving 350,000 people without power. >> it was in quebec, a french fireball. >> they just got electricity. they're making adjustments. it will get better. >> they watch this. >> we apologize to our quebec viewers. >> we mean that with love. new details on the deadly shooting that took place at l.a.x. we'll learn more about the victims. it happened friday not yesterday. peter doocy is live in washington with the very latest on this story. peter? >> tucker, the 23-year-old shooter still hasn't been interviewed by authorities because he's unresponsive as a result of four gunshot wounds. however, he has been charged with murdering a federal officer and committing violence. they're both federal offenses. u.s. attorney in california is using video and witness testimony to piece together
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exactly what happened. he shot the 39-year-old tsa agent hernandez. he left the area until he realized hernandez was still alive. >> the defendant is then alleged to have begun walking away from the wounded tsa officer going up an escalator and then coming back down that escalator to return and shoot the wounded officer again. >> anna hernandez, the widow of the first tsa agent killed on that job in that agency's 12-year existence, spoke briefly to reporters about her late husband yesterday. she said he came to the u.s. from el salvador more than 20 years ago when he was 15 and that he loved going to work at los angeles international airport. >> he was always excited to go to work and enjoy the interaction with the passengers at l.a.x. he was a joyful person, always smiling. he took pride in his duty for
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the american public and for the tsa mission. >> inside the shooter's duffle bag we now know there were several hundred rounds of ammunition and a note that said he made a conscious decisioy to. back to you in new york. >> all right. peter doocy live for us in washington with an update on that. thanks, peter. let's get it over now to rick reichmuth. you predicted it was going to get colder for the fall, and it did. >> i'm so glad about that. >> it was a break through of. meteorological science. >> what happened this morning was a partial eclipse. >> a viewer said, yeah, i'm up for the solar eclipse. >> boy, that guy is misinformed. >> it was a partial solar eclipse along the eastern seaboard. if you had some clear skies across the northeast, there was
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cloud cover. can you take pictures of that easily, clayton? >> if you have the proper camera because if you look through that you'll burn your eyeball. >> exactly. if you have the proper camera and took some pictures, send them to us so we can share them to you. down across the southeast would have been your best time to see that. very clear skies across the coast and the northeast, still some cloud cover, scattered showers and rain as well. not as good a shot of this across the east coast. by the time the sunrises any farther inland the eclipse is over with. out across the west, we have some rain showers and snow that will develop across parts of the rockies. we'll watch for some increased shower activity across parts of the southern plains by the time we get towards tomorrow. temperature wise it will get much colder as well across the great lakes. tomorrow will be the coldest day we've seen so far. enjoy one last warm day. denver, mid 60s and then snow on tuesday. >> wow. >> just in time for fall.
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thanks, rick. >> you bet. pick up "the wall street journal" this morning, if you did, you're likely to see a bombshell story about the internal debate within the white house as to that line, the, quote, line you've heard the president say repeatedly. if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. >> it's huge. >> people who are on the fence about the obama care. there's dissension in the ranks. >> they knew it wasn't true. it was a lie and they knew it. it invalidated millions of health care policies affecting 10 million people. they knew it was a lie. they thought that telling the truth, this is a quote, could be confusing and would clutter the president's message? >> right. truth often does. it's more complicated, the truth. certainly in speeches, right, you want to try to keep it as simple as possible. john favreau said simplification
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and ease of explanation were a premium. that was true throughout the process. so they wanted to keep it simplified. they didn't want to have an asterisk in there and say, well, you might lose your insurance policy. >> that was a big as stterisk t avoid putting in. one former administration official said that as the law was being crafted by the white house and lawmakers, some white house policy advisors objected to the breadth of mr. obama's keep your plan promise. they were overruled by political aids, the former official said. the white house was unaware of it. >> unbelievable. here's the context. four years ago when this debate was going on, most people had health insurance and most people were happy with their insurance and the care they received. obama care was justified on the basis of a relatively small number of americans who didn't have health insurance for whatever reason. the rest of the country didn't want it. they sold this plan by saying, look, if you're happy, you can
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keep what you have. there will be no changes for you. that was a lie and they knew it was a lie. without telling that lie they never would have got obama care through. >> by the way, the website is down until 9:00 eastern for extended repairs. >> healthcare.gov? >> yes. maybe they took advantage of the daylight saving time to get extended repairs done or any repairs at all. a tennessee high school is causing a bit of controversy because of what it's doing around lunchtime. this has happened for two years down there at laverne high school in tennessee where if kids have below average grades, they're not doing too well, kind of struggling, before they go to lunch they have to being to a learning lab. >> i don't think this is special needs kids, it's just kids who really aren't making the grade. >> up to snuff. >> exactly. >> they don't get to hang out with their friends at lunch. one parent says this is segregation. straight up segregation. this is one of the fathers there says that to me it's considered separation because you have your
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special needs kids and you have the kids getting the good grades on one side and kids below an 80 on the other side. i call it a civil rights violation. it's segregation no doubt. >> i would be furious if they were doing that to my kid. i don't know about you. that would upset me. we're not talking about kids who can't function in school. we're talking about kids getting lousy grades. when you separate them. maybe you disagree with me on this one. >> i disagree. >> i was a very lazy kid and i'm glad i got to have lunch with kids who weren't lazy, right? i mean, i don't think you want to put all the lazy kids together. that would have made -- >> they're getting tutored as they're being put together. >> race or civil rights, that's ridiculous. >> that's what the school says. the school backs that up. doecht agree with that parent. the school says they are not segregating them in the traditional sense. if the kids' scores are low in certain areas, they're getting help in that area. fup want to label that segregation, that's not the correct way to label it. they say the school because they've been doing this for two
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years now, the graduation rate was 77%. now that they've been doing it it's up over 90%. >> that's great. >> they're getting extra help. they're getting learning lab time before they go to lunch. >> the idea is a good idea. the execution. the lunch separation. >> they're being coddled. >> you ought to be able to have lunch with whoever you want and socialize. we ought to be able to give that. >> they're getting tutoring. how they get tutoring -- >> let them eat. >> let them eat. >> let us know what you think about this. friends at fox news.com. more on that coming up on the show. plus this, new york city's top cop credited with huge progress in cutting crime so why did a group of liberal students boo him off the stage. the classmates are totally embarrassed by this and they're here to weigh in. plus, how children with autism are being helped with gear from nasa. one of the cool things you'll see all day. stick around, we'll show you.
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vragga. good to have you guys here. let's start with you -- >> thanks for having us on. >> -- brandon. i understand you were able to go and be inside that auditorium. tell us what was going on. i heard the commissioner talking on a local station the other day, friday, and he said that it was his impression that it wasn't students, that it was maybe people from the outside who were able to come in, the public essentially. is that what you got? was that the gist? >> i would say that's probably accurate. it seems to me like almost half the auditorium was filled with people who didn't want to hear him speak and maybe half of that was people from the community, people from providence who showed up to join the protesters and to, you know, accomplish his goal of not hearing him speak. >> what was your feeling about how many people were there and who they were as far as the protesters go? were these people that were just had an agenda, were planning on going there? was it students mainly? >> it seems to me like it was
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mainly students. there was a big protest outside right before the event. there was some sort of skit beforehand just about police brutality, that it was essentially just students. my impression being there was that it was a lot of community members but it was a lot of students also who were there and showed up because they didn't want to hear him speak. >> justin, you were outside. you weren't able to get in because it was a busy situation there. what can you tell us about what the university is doing to deal with this. basically what the climate is on campus in response to what happened. >> well, you know, immediate immediately -- i should say a few hours after the event president paxon put out a community to the brown university stating what took place did not represent brown's values of having an open and free exchange of ideas which i thought was important. over the past few days there have been events to talk about brown as a community of a free exchange of ideas. brandon and i have had the opportunity to partake in those
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discussions, ensure and tell people how it's important that brown is that sort of community in which people like commissioner kelly can come on our campus and express their viewpoints. >> brandon, when you were there and watching commissioner kelly, what was he doing? what was his response to all of this as it was happening? >> at the very beginning he tried to say what he was planning to say and he got maybe a sentence out before he started being really heckled. then he asked if anyone else was planning to heckle him or if he could get to his speech, at which point it didn't stop. i would say 15 to 20 people stood up, started yelling, started chanting something. from that point on commissioner kelly wasn't at the podium anymore. it was deans and administrators trying to maintain some sort of decorum and quiet down the audience. >> justin, real quick, is there any plan to have the commissioner come back? >> not that i know of at this point. you know, as i stated, there has been a lot of discussion that has been going on. we're hoping certainly that perhaps president paxon would invite commissioner kelly back.
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of officials to advise the administration on how to respond to severe storms, wildfires, droughts, quote, other potential impacts of climate change. thanks a lot for joining us this morning, myron. the idea is that the president can single hand deadly prevent hurricanes? what is the point? >> well, it's really a way to expand the size and scope of the federal government's involvement in controlling and managing our lives. the president has created a new
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interagency council that involves every federal department to plot the future for us and also a local, state and tribal government task force to advise the president on how the federal government ought to be funding state, local, and tribal efforts to manage and control our lives. so this is more big government, i would say. >> i'm struck by the certainty of the tone from this announcement. >> yes. >> the liberal catechism states the earth is getting warmer because of the buildup of gases. many legitimate scientists believe the earth may be getting cooler because of solar. there's not a theory, is that right? >> yes. also, the statement, the executive order claims that we're already seeing the effects of global warming, and one of the things just to take one example is an increase in wildfires. well, i hope that the
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president's council will consider the fact that the increase in wildfires is on federal lands in the west, on national forests, is largely due to federal mismanagement of those forests. >> exactly. >> so i hope maybe they'll come up with a sensible recommendation on that, but i doubt it. >> it's so -- forests that have been destroyed by beetles and sitting there as kindling waiting for fire. it's an insane policy. i agree. what kind of effect will this executive order have on american economy and productivity? >> it's hard to say. i would guess it will help contribute to all of the other obama administration policies that are creating essentially perpetual economic stagnation in this country. >> does it drive you crazy that the left, the ee bomb ma administration in particular, acts as if you ask any question about their global warming faith, that you are a denier, somehow immoral?
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isn't that the antithesis of science? >> yes. john kolter is essentially a fruitcake, the president's advisor. going back to the '70s every prediction he has made is been wrong. he's not a harmless fruitcake. he's been an advocate for population control. when you put people like this in charge and you're taking your advice from people like john holter who's a close ally of paul eryluite, you'll end up with dissass stros poastrous po planning. next on the rundown, put down the smartphone. why switching back to your old-fashioned flip phone may be the key to lasting love and a happy family life. and does your workout routine need a kick start?
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places by a point. kicks it straightaway. stokes city has taken the lead and it's gone all the way through. >> would you believe it if i told you i did that once in a game? >> what is that game they're playing? >> it's called soccer. >> that's not an american game, is it? >> also known as football. >> the goalkeeper scores just 12 seconds into the match. too bad it wasn't enough for the team though. they went on to lose the game. >> can i just say something? soccer has the best looking players of any sport, i think? ladies? nicki? >> yes. >> it's nothing to do with that, they're physically beautiful. >> they run like eight miles. >> i think you're accurate. >> you must have played soccer growing up. >> no, actually, i grew up in the united states. no, i didn't. here's -- >> wait a second, i played soccer since i -- >> some kind of weird collaborative socialist game
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where everyone gets a trophy. >> where did you grow up, california. >> i grew up in la jolla, california. >> that's not america. la jolla. la jolla, california. sounds fake. >> it's a real town. here's a counterintuitive story. can switching to a dumb phone, very few features, where you called people on a phone, if you switch back to one of those, would it improve your marriage and your family life? some are saying, indeed, it would. >> in fact, a "washington post" reporter said he had a smartphone, dropped it, smashed it. his wife was like, all right, come on. get a new phone. i want you to get a dumb phone. he ends up buying a dumb phone instead. he says, this my social life and marriage have improved. i no longer stare at my phone during dinner or bedtime. i converse more when hanging out with friends and my wife is a lot happier. happy wife, happy life. >> i thought it had to do with the fact that there weren't as
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many bells and whistles for creepy people to creep into your life. that makes more sense now. >> it's distractions. general distractions with a flip phone. >> his answer, he bought a seven-year-old motorola razor. >> great. i love those phones. >> there's something to this. the best writer i know, matt labash, famous magazine writer -- >> i am. >> doesn't have a smartphone. he's one of the people i know doesn't. his memory is better. he's more at peace. totally undistracted. his point is, i don't want to be reached all the time. i want time to think and be reached. >> you can be reached with a dumb phone. >> one of the bottom lines in research is that multi-tasking does not work. it does not work. when you see these latest samsung ads where you can do e-mail and watch video at the same time. i don't want to be on the receiving end of that e-mail that you're writing while you're watching a video at the same time. maybe we should go back to do
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one thing and do well. >> have you ever watched a family sit in a restaurant and everybody is on their individual phone. >> mike jared who often goes on the phone. >> love him. he's wonderful. >> we were watching the missouri football game. i took a picture of mike, another co-anchor of mine from the station in new york and the entertainment person. the three were like this on the phone. >> drooling. >> shot of the three. >> there's a real cost to those phones? >> tucker needs one of those. >> just kidding. let's do some of the headlines today because there's a lot of news breaking. the u.s. is claiming a victory on terror. the pakistan vowing revenge after a drone strike killed a top commander. he was killed on friday. the strike came one day before planned peace talks before pakistan and the taliban. >> the government of pakistan
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does not see this drone attack as an attack on an individual but as an attack on the peace process. >> now pakistan is summoning the u.s. ambassador to explain the strike. it's a treatment for autism that is just out of this world. nasa astronauts use specific techniques to help readd just to gra -- readjust to gravity. the same methods may work on those children as well too. kids at a kentucky research center are using the nasa machines to strengthen the inner ear. the parents say it is working. >> and as this part of the brain is strengthened, the whole processing ability of the brain and the body becomes actualized. >> it's amazing to see the growth in what he's willing to do. >> the center also works with kids who have add to help them focus as well. so we were talking about this a little earlier. if you're asked to give a toast,
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how do you make sure it does not end up like this? ♪ keep smiling, keeping shining ♪ ♪ knowing you can always count on me ♪ >> the experts are weighing in on this. they say there are some things you can do to set up success. first of all, don't make it about you. it's not about you. also, keep it short. and embarrassing is not necessarily the same as funny. some stories don't need to be shared. pick one, maybe two stories. finally, don't be afraid to practice. it's okay if you bring up your notes. it's our question of the day on facebook. what are your toast do's and don'ts. send them to facebook.com/ff. >> i think going with the roetay phones would help our memories. do you know your family's numbers? >> we don't have one. >> do you remember the phone numbers of people anymore, rick? >> only the ones from my childhood.
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>> like home phone numbers you remember? >> yeah. that's about it. hey, guys, we're talking about the eclipse and how here on the east coast it's pretty much over, but the place where you could see the eclipse best was in africa. take a look at this. we have a live shot out of lagos, nigeria. that is a live shot out of nigeria. that's the coolest thing we've ever possibly had on the show showing the eclipse. >> sometimes we have problems with our washington bureau. we can't get the camera outside to work. >> that is the sun, not the moon? >> that is the sun being eclipsed by the moon in lagos, nigeria. that's just awesome. if anybody is watching in nigeria, you can keep on sending those pictures. meanwhile, back here across areas of the u.s. on maps tonight, get ready. this will be the coldest night we've cena cross the northeast so far this year. so temps for a lot of people getting down to freezing. all right. so it is cold out there.
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you start to feel it when it is cold out there. whether you're trying to keep the extra winter bulge away or want be a gift idea for the fitness buff. we have you covered. personal trainer and fitness expert nikki is here with all of her famous fitness fall gadgets. this is a big deal. you think i'm going to gain weight. >> you've never worked out before, they need some help. >> so there's ways we can make the january 1st things. >> a lot of people like to take hot yoga. you need a cooling towel. this is mission and dura cool towel. you wet it, super cool, ring it out, and then you snap it and it makes you cool. we're going to come back to this at the end of the segment. i'll throw this over on the stair master. you snap it. >> that snap is important? >> that active vads the coolness. >> we're going to set this here. we're coming back to the treadmill in a second. >> speaking of smart phones. woops. has that ever happened to you before? >> usually it's the toilet.
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let's be honest. >> i love ballistic phone covers. i've gone running before, i've fallen. i was messing with my phone. changing the volume. looking at the ceiling. i've fallen. these are really hard cases, but also i happened to drop my phone in the pool when i was swimming laps this summer. it will restart. >> that is amazing. no bucket of rice. >> this is called the hydra. exactly. >> it has a little kick stand. >> my toddler uses this one. this is not an active phone. he watches movies when we go to a restaurant. there's a kick stand. >> sometimes you go to the gym and see people with weights on their legs. i always wonder if it's smart or not. >> new version of it. this is the high tech version of it. these clothes by w8 fit have 1 point weights. this shirt i have on has a weight in it. this is great for when you're doing yoga. i love to put the wrist bands on. you have weights. every time you do warrior, for
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example, for pilates they're great. the pants are great for pilates. when running, i wouldn't use the pants because they tend to fall. >> we're going to talk about this in a second. let's get over here to this treadmill. this is different? >> stair master step mill 3. the stair master has been the toughest workout in the gym for 30 years. however, stair masters are eight foot tall, not something you can bring home. this one is six foot tall. you can wheel it around. it's light and quiet. >> this is new york city apartment friendly. >> absolutely. this is such a hard workout. short and intense workouts. >> perfect to do. you'll have this information on your website. tell me where it is. >> this is nickifitness.com. >> this is cold. thanks, guys. coming up next on the show,
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because it's gone to the supreme court. >> huge. >> it has major implications about religion in our country. >> it's huge. >> it comes from greece, new york. >> it does. the small town in upstate, new york, had a tradition of once a month there would be a pastor that would come in and lead the city council in prayer. usually it was a christian pastor because the local community is predominantly christian, but then a couple of people complained. they were non-theists. another term for an atheist who said we should also be able to have somebody represent us. keep in mind what is prayer? prayer is talking to god. why a theist would want be to do that i'm not exactly sure. but at the base -- at the core of this case is whether or not in a public place, like a courtroom, like, for example, before a football game in kansas someplace, whether or not in that public institution whether
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or not we, people who believe, can express our faith in that way. the courts have time and time again said, yes, as long as you give space for people of different denominations or different religions to express those faiths that are representative of the local community. >> they have. even a wicken priestest felt that athena and apollo were apt dieties to call upon. a member got up and spoke of david, your servant. on and on the list goes. because there was a steady drum beat of christians getting up there repeatedly month after month after month, that's what the atheists had a problem with. >> i would fight for, i would die for the possibility of somebody else of another religion being able to express their faith in public, okay?
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that's a principle that's -- that goes right to the core of who we are, religious expression and the freedom to do that, but what we're seeing right now in the united states is people who are activists trying to shut down that possibility by going after a little town like this in greece, new york, and saying, you know what, that's not right because the government should not establish one religion over another. that is absolutely the fact, but it should be representative of the local community. to have someone come in and say i am buddhist in a little town that has no buddhists and to come in and say i have the right to have equal time with you, that's the type of activism that i hope the court shuts down. that's not what the constitution means. >> and we should just be clear that no tax dollars were changing hands in this case. >> that's right. >> we'll see what happens. it's coming up. >> yes. >> father, we'll keep our eyes on it. >> good luck in your sermon. >> half an hour. in new york city, this is the
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>> welcome back. over 1 million troops are expected to return home in the next five years but will these new veterans find places to put their skills to work. we have the top five cities that are helping heros to get back on the job. eric is the exclusive director
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at the usaa. welcome to the show. >> good to be with you. >> what criteria did you and your team look at to decide which cities would be best for veterans returning from war? >> we worked with hiring our heros at the u.s. chamber of commerce foundation and looked at 8 criteria. we looked at relative job growth and unemployment rates and we also compared ensuring that they had access to health care and higher education. then we filtered those areas with high crime rates and cost of living. >> let's take a look at austin, texas, number five on your list. what's special about austin? >> home to ut. active to higher education and also many high tech jobs in that area. >> also oklahoma city, a great city hiring veterans. what's so special about oklahoma city? >> oklahoma city in fact has been on our top ten list three
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out of the last four years. they are enjoying job opportunities with the oil and exploration boom and they have one of the lowest cost of living. >> minneapolis, minnesota was number three. low crime in that city, right? >> yes. lowest crime rate of the top ten. also it's the highest average household income of the top ten as well. >> number two on your list is dallas, texas. >> dallas, texas, faired very well. it's a combination of a vibrant economy and affordability as well as again benefitting from the recent oil, gas and mineral exploration boom. >> that's been in your top ten three out of the last four years. drum roll, please. what's the number one city in america for returning veterans. >> another texas town, houston, vibrant economy, access to health care, higher education and also has the most industries that are looking to leverage
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veteran skill sets for their jobs. >> where can people go to learn more? >> log onto usaa.com/best places. they can find access to this list or create their own top ten. they can also look for other tools including checklists and assessment tools to aid them in their separation as well as access to the hiring our heros website for additional job opportunities across the country. >> great information. if our veterans, families of veterans missed any of this, we'll put this entire interview up on fox news.com as well. we appreciate you joining us this morning, thanks, eric. >> thank you. >> great information. coming up here on the show, benghazi, the irs and now the obama care debacle. has the president hit a point of no return. chris wallace host of fox news sunday here next hour. check this out, glow in the dark ice cream. would you eat it? how it's made straight ahead.
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>> good morning, everybody. it's sunday, november 3rd, 8:00 in the east, 5:00 in the east. i'm julia in for anna. an amazing story of survival. two planes collide mid air, come crashing down to earth but everybody makes it out alive and totally okay. we'll bring the story to you. >> the grade divide. the school says it's an academic intervention. others call it segregation. we have a fair and balanced debate this hour. >> giving a toast doesn't always go as planned like this. >> i got it. keep smiling, keep shining, knowing you can always count on
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me. >> all goes to pot just end up singing. we're going to give you the dos and don'ts of giving the perfect toast. after all it's wedding season. did you know that? i'm calling it that. fox & friends hour three starts right now. >> did you enjoy that extra hour of sleep? >> every bit of it. >> did you? did it throw you off? >> no. it had no effect at all. >> i kept waking up -- >> it was glorious but the problem is we stay out extra late. >> i woke up early worrying that my alarm clock on my phone wasn't going to adjust but it did. everyt>> welcome to your daylig saving sunday. it's odd that it's sunny. we have julia in today.
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>> good to be here. >> great to have you. >> thank you. >> stop with the niceties and get to your headlines. >> beat it. let's get to the headlines actually. new details on the rampage at l.a.x. paul ciancia is charged with the murder of a tsa agent. he was shot by police. she's still in the hospital and unconscious so he has not been questioned. the fbi says 39-year-old hernandez was shot at point blank range. then the gunman came because because he saw hernandez moving. his grieving wife speaks out for the first time. >> he was always excited to go to work and enjoyed the interaction with the passengers at l.a.x. he was a joyful person, always
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smiling. he took pride in his duty for the american public and for the tsa mission. >> there were two other agents injured. they're now recovering. overnight a shooting on homecoming weekend at a college in north carolina. police say somebody was firing off a gun near a dorm near the campus of north carolina state at&t university. the university was put on lockdown. the lockdown is over but the shooter is still out there and the search continues. luckily the student that was shot should be okay. nothing short of a miracle. listen to this story, unbelievable. a group of 8 skydivers and two pilots lucky to be alive after the two planes they were in collided in the air. one plane was sent plummeting to earth in flames. the pilot parachuted out. all of the skydivers just jumped for it.
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>> any time two planes collide in the air, it's a potential disaster for everybody involved. so we were all very, very lucky. >> and believe it or not, no broken bones from what we understand. only bumps and bruises. the ntsb is investigating. would you like to eat ice cream in the dark? how you can, okay. >> do we really need it? >> i have been begging for this my entire life. a british guy invented glow in the dark ice cream. it comes from a version of the protein from jelly fish and the protein reacts from your tongue's ph. so the more you lick the cone, the brighter it gets. it's pricey. it will cost you about $200 per scoop. >> come on, can you put a price on glow in the dark ice cream. right now it's only selling at adult novelty shops.
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i'm just saying. >> i'm not responding. take a look at your screen. a seattle bridge -- put up the video. swaying during a fast moving wind storm. can you imagine being on that bridge? drivers stopped, got out of the their cars and ran for cover. two people were hurt. more than 135 thousand people left without power. rick, your saying this happens kind of regularly? >> they get powerful storms but the strongest of the winds were centered over seattle. lake washington if you have been in that seattle area it's a lake just next to downtown, the 520 bridge goes across it and it does sway. 7 years ago was the last time this happened. the power, by today they say everybody will have it back. most everybody by 8:00 last night. this storm pulled on shore the last 24 hours. this is moving towards the inter mountain west.
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it's going to bring a lot of snow toward the northern rockies. some of these energy will make its way down towards parts of the southwest. there is also a tropical storm aacross parts of the pacific. they're going to combine into one storm across the plains. tuesday into wednesday another snowstorm across this area and a big rainy day across parts of texas so be very careful. we obviously had flooding last week. big windy conditions across parts of the plains so the wind that you had there now moving in towards the plains not as strong but there will be some wind that causes problems across the plains. >> thanks, rick. well, if you picked up the "wall street journal" this morning you know the answer to the question why did the president make a false claim in public when he said if you like your plan, you can keep that plan. it turns out not only is it not true, we know that now, they knew it then. the president's aides knew it wasn't true and there was an
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internal debate within the white house and in the end they decided to use it and i'm quoting from the "wall street journal" piece would be confusing and clutter the president's message. >> one official saying that's probably not accurate, maybe we shouldn't use that and this is what the article says. he said that as the law was being crafted by the white house and lawmakers, some policy advisers objected to the breath of mr. obama's keep your policy promise. the white house said it was unaware though of the objections to that. when he's talking about the breath of it his complaint was it was simply oversimplified. >> and leave out some of the most important information which is that it wasn't exactly true. the selling point for a lot of people was you have the option of keeping what you want to
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keep. >> but that doesn't sell well on the podium when the president is doing the campaign speech. >> it doesn't sell well that we've been lied to. >> he said adding an asterisk that people who had shoddy insurance might need to change plans. >> see, that's another thing. shoddy insurance, just because you're a man and you don't want to pay for maternity care or child care, i mean, that's what we've really got to start thinking about here. if i like my health plan the way it is and i'm willing to deal with it if i happen to have a mall adee that isn't covered, that is my right. >> that's why they lied about it. if i tell you a cheeseburger costs 6 bucks and i charge you $100 for it that's a lie. i didn't shame you. i lied to you. >> maybe they learned from
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spirit airlines where they say here's a $40 fair but we're going to charge $60 for your bag. there is a new study out. researchers looked at the data setup. 1.3 million facebook users to figure out whether or not a relationship would survive based on the social circles. it turns out the more connected they are, you all have the same friends and share with the same social circle, they were more likely to break up. that was the overwhelming cause of that breakup -- maybe not the cause but that was relationship -- >> this doesn't make sense to me. if i have a husband and he has friends and i have friends i would assume that on our you mutual facebook that we have each other's friends. >> maybe a few of them would be scattered. but if you are from the same
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community, maybe you grew up in the same town and you knew all the same people, world to the research if you have all of those same friends and you don't even have your own life, tucker but you only have your wife's life you're going to break up. >> or maybe you're not developing actual relationships and it's hard to continue a relationship if you imagine that chatting with people online or looking at their vacation pictures is the same as interacting with them. it turns out it's not the same. maybe social media in the end damaging relationships. maybe that is a very obvious point and we should recognize that. >> i feel like that's the theme of the show today. >> it's true. it's not good to be on your phone all the time. >> it's the devil. i just said it. >> go to our facebook page and weigh in at the risk of your personal relationships.
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coming up, benghazi, the affordable care and, has the president hit a point of no return in his presidency. chris wallace will weigh in. schools now separating students in the cafeteria down in the south. we'll tell you where and why this is happening, based on grades. interesting. [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. [ m'm... ] great taste. [ tapping ] sounds good. campbell's healthy request. m'm! m'm! good.® campbell's healthy request. have hail damage to both their cars. ted
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chris wallace. nice to see you this morning. >> good to see you guys. >> you have studied a lot of presidents come and go. as they get re-elected they're concerned about legacy and making plans for your libraries. do you think the obama administration is worried about the current state of affairs or do you think they think they're fine. >> you never coast when you are president and i don't think they're worried about their legacy at this point. i think they're just trying to get through the day. it's been a bad year for the president. this whole second term, when you think of when he started out, immigration reform, gun control, obviously both of those major reforms have gone nowhere. now you've got the signature legislative accomplishment, obama care. it's too early to say that it's a failure but has been a complete fiasco so far.
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it's a tough time for this white house and this president. but you talk about historical perspective. i covered ronald reagan back in the 80s and i remember in 1986 he was in the depths of the iran contra scandal and there was talk of is he going to be impeached. he survived it and he got into a number of deals with gorbachov. >> how much pressure is the white house feeling from fellow democrats? >> a lot. every time they go up to capitol hill, the chief of staff has gone up there -- remember the president isn't ever going to face election again. a lot of these senate democrats, particularly those running in red states are going to be up for election next year, november, and they're going to
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own obama care for good or ill. if it's a great success which it doesn't look like it at the moment then that's great. if it continues to be the mess that it is now, they know republicans are going to wrap that around them. they're feeling plenty of heat, especially from red state republicans, get this fixed and working or you're going to end up with a republican senate next year. >> before we let you go, give us a rundown of who is on your rundown today? >> first of all we're going to have a fascinating debate about obama care. i heard you guys talking earlier about discussions inside the white house, that fellow right there is one of the architects of obama care and was one of the people back in 2009 debate is whether it was misleading. then lindsey graham is making a
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very bold pledge right now. he's saying either you give me access to the survivors of benghazi i've been trying to get in touch with for a year and you blocked access or i'm going to block every single future presidential appointee, including janet yellen as the head of the federal reserve, including jeh johnson, the head of security. >> doesn't chris look rested and well? that extra hour of sleep. we'll be watching. thank you. >> thank you. next the broncos super bowl favorites. that could all change though. the major health scare for their head coach. we have details. a stepmom heads to the post office to send a care package to her son's unit. we always complain when we go to the post office but you would not complain if you got service by this man. we'll tell you about it coming up.
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to afghanistan. joining us is the stepmother who went to the post office. her son's name is brody. the postal worker sitting next to her who did this wonderful deed, a veteran himself by the way, serving in the navy during vietnam. thank you so much for joining us today. >> good morning. >> you're going to the post office which some of us roll our eyes because it's usually an exercise in frustration. you have this care package and you go up and you're paying for it. tell us what happens then. >> well, i went to the post office. they were two very large care packages that my co-workers
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collected, some snacks and fun stuff for my son's unit. i got there and i didn't exactly have the address correct and gardener was very good about helping me with getting the a.p.o. number. i put the package on the scale and waited for him to tell me how much it cost. he didn't say anything and i did notice that he had reached into his pocket and had taken out a money clip. i really wasn't paying a whole lot of attention. my mind was going in different places. he handed me the receipt and told me that i was all set. >> you thought, wait a second, i need to pay you. gardener, you just decided to pay for this care package? >> that's correct. i just spur of the moment just moved me. i had overheard her talking about how she and her friends had put these care packages together. so i said, well i can do a little bit and help a little more so i just paid for the
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postage. >> that sounds sweet of you and christina you're a special girl but apparently not that special because he does this all the time for people. how many times have you done this? >> i can't tell you. years ago when i first started, the local guard unit was stationed in iraq. the girl scouts ended up with a batch of cookies so they put together care packages for the local guys. she said i'll pay for half the postage. i turned around and said i'll pick up the other half and that started it. when people come in, as the spirit moves me, somebody may say something. i've had one wife come in, it was obvious military wives don't have it easy. she was skrounging to send it over so i picked up the price of it. >> christina, what do you have to say to this guy sitting next to you? >> well, i asked him if i could hug him and he declined the
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first time. >> my wife will kill me. >> i was very touched and it was just what he said to me that brought tears to my eyes because i said you didn't have to pay for this. he said, you know what, he's over there and we're over here. that just yanked at my heart. i thought everybody should know what this kind man did for my family and what he's done for other families. that's when i decided i'm going to put this on facebook and i'm going to let all my friends know who we have in our community. we have a small community. i didn't know him before. i've only seen him going into the post office once in a while. for him to just do this out of the kindness of his heart is something that i thought everybody should know about. >> they do know about it now. christina and thank you so much gardener for joining us and brody, your son knows all about it and he's thrilled, too. thanks for joining us today. >> thank you. >> hopefully that spreads around
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the world. this happens again, another cirque du soleil accident. this time it's involving what's called the wheel of death. we have some brand new details on this. and lightening it up a little bit or maybe not. when toasts go terribly wrong. >> gracias, la casa. keep smiling, keep shining, knowing you can always count on me. >> kind of sounds like mayor bloomberg. anyway, what are the toast dos and don'ts. it's our facebook question of the day. we'll be right back. [ female announcer ] who are we? we are the thinkers. the job jugglers. the up all-nighters.
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it's a wrist band developed by m.i.t. students. the team plans to develop the prototype. i'm super excited about this. >> i think it's brilliant. >> in our house, we'll jack the heat up to like 72 and she's still cold, it doesn't matter. even in like the middle of summer. >> you could save on your heating bills. buy kwone of those. let's get to the headlines. this is a serious story, a woman set on fire at a georgia gas station. we want to warn you. this is disturbing video. this terrifying moment, police say her husband lit a cigarette too close to the gas pump. the flames spread. she runs. she was taken to a hospital with second degree burns. her husband is now facing charges of reckless conduct. another performer hurt at a
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cirque du soleil show in las vegas. the show organizers say the performers slipped and fell during the wheel of death act. the performer was taken to the hospital. he's expected to be okay. this comes less than a week after osha issued citations for another performer, after an act bat died when a rope snapped. a navy s.e.a.l. killed during athe benghazi terror attack is honored by the sport he loved. he's credited for saving 20 people in the benghazi attack that killed four americans. the number 20 was put on the high school's wall of honor in tribute to him. >> conscience and good training. he was very tough and very good and he also was a lot of fun. so he was just the whole package of a person to be around.
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>> the portrait will hang in the wrestling ring. meet this zonkey. his mother is a donkey and his father is a zebra. the shelter says they were connected by disney to make a cartoon about him. >> i didn't think that was possible. >> it's morally questionable. >> right. >> rick standing by with the latest. >> they have been contacted by god saying calm down, leave that stuff to me. >> we have been doing this to dogs for years. >> it's kind of creepy. >> is it chilly. >> a little chilly. first of all take a look at this shot. now we have two live shots of the eclipse from canada. that one on the left is nigeria
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and the one on the right is nairobi kenya. >> how come we can't see it in the u.s. but the canada ans can see it. >> i thought you said canada. >> you did say canada. >> our stage manager is saying i said canada. kenya. you're correct. we can't see it here. only was a full eclipse in africa but those live shots are awesome. look at the weather maps and manhattan, kansas. this comes to me from roger, 46 degrees. today you're going to be 63 and breezy across parts of the plains. get ready. your temperatures are going to drop over the next few days but today 63 and windy. keep sending me your photos.
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temperatures across the northeast cold and tomorrow will be another very cool one. towards the southeast also cool. guys, also as you go back inside, there is serious stuff going on out here that i think we're going to have to partake in. new exercise. i know, tucker, you're ready for this. >> i'm ready. >> i saw that this morning and i thought there was ercise involved. >> also because we're super cool, look at this, there is a deejay on our morning show. >> to work out to? >> yes. he's going to make us work out and be energized. >> i'll be watching from inside. >> i'm sure you will. >> thanks, rick. >> can you ask for avril la
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vein. >> let's talk about this. what i just said is something you might say if you were drunk at a wedding and you gave a toast by accident and you got yanked down by the father-in-law. it's wedding season. you might be driving around some churches because it's beautiful. the "wall street journal" has put together great tips for you to make you keep your speeches, your toasts, short and sweet and not embarrass yourself like this one. take a look. >> gracias, la casa. keep smiling, keep shining, knowing you can always count on me. >> that's kristen wiig of course from bridesmaids. >> any toast that you give, keep this stuff in mind. the first thing and this is the most important, don't make it about you. it's not about you. don't talk about how your boss
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who is retiring, your successful career. it's not about you. >> pith is the essence, keep it short. nobody wants to hear you speak for 20 minutes t three minutes. >> they say embarrassing isn't the same as being funny and pick one story instead of two. no one was there. if you are going story, no one was there during your story so they're not going to have much context so get through them quickly. >> try to include as many people who are at the wedding as possible. >> know who you are talking about and say it and the most important piece of advice, sobriety. >> here are comments on our facebook page. my husband's grandfather stole the show at our wedding. he said our marriage has been based on trust and understanding. she doesn't trust me and i don't understand her. good one. >> diane, this is diane
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parroting what tucker said, don't speak while you're drunk. >> i called my daughter her sister's name while giving the toast at the wedding, not exactly smooth. the understatement. i'm sure the girls still love you. >> that's our facebook question. day, what are your toast dos and don'ts and what's the worst toast you have ever witnessed at a wedding or otherwise. it's 39 minutes past the hour. let's talk about movies this weekend. ever wonder what would happen if four 60 somethings headed to las vegas? >> do you know who is supposed to be staying here this weekend? diddy. curtis jackson, the rapper. >> oh, yeah, from the jackson 5. >> is last vegas a blockbuster or a bust. here's fox news contributor and our favorite movie reviewer,
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kevin mccarthy. >> tucker, thank you for that intro. that was awesome. i appreciate that. >> it was totally heart felt. i want to know should we see this movie? >> here's the deal. you have four oscar winning actors, a director that i grew up watching, i loved cool runnings. the problem is the script and the scenes in the trailer, they're the best scenes. you're giving these four oscar winners a mediocre script. it's not a bad movie but it's not a great movie. it's a mediocre, okay, forgettable comedy. look at the hangover, guys going to las vegas for a bachelor party. no name actors when the movie came out, not cliche at all. the jokes feel manufactured and i almost felt i was watching a movie that was a big advertisement for las vegas. i gave it two and a half out of
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five. >> i was talking about this with my wife the other night. you have all the of these big stars they cram into a movie with a terrible script and it never works. we've seen these tried over the past few years. >> these guys have done comedi s comedies. deniro was great in meet the parents. when actors are in a movie and they're on the phone with each other, are they really speaking to each other? this movie has a very good phone scene and they had a very unique situation. i sat down with these four legends and the director to find out just how they do phone scenes in movies. check this out. >> both ways but this one we talked to the person on the other line. >> three cameras in three different -- >> actually they shot not only -- they shot us at the same time, too, so it was on camera at the same time. >> how does that work? >> normally how it works is you shoot one guy and usually someone like me or somebody else
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off camera is reading robert deniro's lines or something like and that it's terrible. we did something bizarre in this movie. we built all three sets right next to each other and actually had them talking to each other with three separate cameras shooting all three guys. >> kevin, did i hear a gasp from you? >> i was gasping. i was geeking out. i gave it two and a half out of five. check it out on my twitter. kevin mccarthy. >> go see captain phillips instead of this one. >> go see gravity in 3-d. the president promised health care for everyone but larry gatlin joins us next. we told you about the denver nuggets mascot rocky who passed out. he's speaking out. rocky, next
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may be more likely to misuse lyrica. ask your doctor about lyrica today. it's specific treatment for diabetic nerve pain. >> welcome back. quick headlines now for you. d.c. lawmakers are expected to pass a bill that would make possessing less than one ounce of marijuana a civil offense. the fine as low as $25. some say this legalization is a move towards decriminal liesing pot. the denver nuggets mascot rocky taking to twitter to reassure fans he's okay. after a scary moment at a game friday night he was lowered onto the court, knocked out cold. the team says he got the wind knocked out of him. rocky tweeted this, feeling much better, hashtag nuggets nation, thanks for your support. he's a pithy man. >> obama care is expected to extend coverage to 25 million
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americans over the next decade, yet around 31 million people will remain uninsured. our next guest says no matter what system is in place people are going to fall through the cracks. joining us now is country music legend, larry gatlin. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks, tucker. >> you wrote such a great piece and you ended with the quote that i remembered when i read it from c.s. lewis. of all tyrannies, a tyranieyran sincerely exercise for the good of its people is no good. >> nobody has been done more good for people than the free enterprise. now now i see that going the other way. initially we may get more people covered but downstream it's
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going to be tragic. c.s. lewis, the part about tire kn ny for somebody's own piece. i wrote song. they're going to mind your own business, they're going to redistribute all the wealth. they're going to put a tax on everything standing still and everything that moves. and the beatings will continue until we're loud and prooud. >> how can i get that on my ipad? >> i'll send it to you. no system of government -- it's unfortunate that some really good people are going to fall through the cracks. they always are going to do that. it's not a perfect world. we are not legislate a perfect world. here's what i know, tucker, the government sucks at compassion. that's greg's gutfeld's word,
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not mine. i would say the government stinks at passion. good free market capitalists like danny thomas, joe hager, they're great at compassion. that started a place down in memphis called saint judes. tucker link happens to be a wonderful human being. he and a bunch of one percenters got together over cigars and played golf in southern hills in tulsa and founded a thing called the tulsa children's hospital. americans, human beings are great at compassion. the government sucks at compassion, always has and always will. >> winning wars and paving roads and leave the rest to citizens. larry gatlin, that was great and i hope that recording takes over the charts. thanks a lot for joining us this morning. >> god bless. i'll send it to you.
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>> thank you. >> a normal flight turned into one of the most emotional rides of their lives after passengers found out a fallen soldier was on the flight with them. caught on camera. a school now separating students in the cafeteria based on the grades they get. some call it segregation. others say it works. we'll debate it coming up. i love to eat. i love hanging out with my friends. i have a great fit with my dentures. i love kiwis. i've always had that issue with the seeds getting under my denture.
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welcome back on. 53 minutes after the hour. ever thins think your grades mattered during lunchtime? one tennessee school is separating students based on grades in classes. is it segregation? here to debate it, tom kirsting and stephanie weiss.
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nice to see both of you this morning. >> good to see you. >> so on one father, particularly, outraged, saying that because his child didn't do so well on some grades, he's gotten held back from lunchtime, forced into a learning lab with other kids. tom, he says it's segregation. do you think it's segregation? >> i don't really think it's segregation. i think it's they're making this too broad. if you have a school, this particular high school has 77% of kids graduating. that means 23% did not graduate high school two years ago. so as an intervention to help the kids, and sometimes you have to have a -- a little bit of a strong hand in this matter, telling kids, you need to, you know, come to this particular area before lunch, but perhaps the school needs to look at this from a different angle and give kids a choice or give parents a choice. >> when you take kids away from the socializing, this is harmful to kids. we know this from research, right? if a kid wants to hang out with these particular friends, they know they're being pulled back and into this learning lab,
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they'ring going to have the some trouble. >> i think it's giving kids and parents a message to say you can't socialize with these kids and their grades are subpar and they're not -- basically, you're telling kids you are going to have to be with these kids now and they're not getting the grades you are. you're sending negative connotations to those children and these kids -- it's tough in high school. i think it's really important that lunchtime be a time where kids can be fre and friends. >> do we know the lunchtime? are they able to eat when they go to this learning lab? >> i know this from working at a high school. this is an intervention for kids that are failing, not kids below an 80 like we saw in the article. they're probably going there for 10 or 20 minutes, finishing up the homework. then going in and having lunch. you can't deny a kid lunch legally in most high school hes. >> right and -- >> how much are they getting accomplished for 20 minutes, though? lunchtime is such a time to be able to -- for kids to decompress.
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they're so stressed out today. >> i agree with that. what about before school, what about after school? i think it's wonderful to -- >> one of the problems with kids not succeeding is they're not completing their homework in high school. that's a big transition from middle school. so sometimes a 20 to 30 minutes of giving them that opportunity before they go to class in that afternoon helps them with their grades. >> also kids are not eating breakfast for the most time or shoving a pop tart in their mouth, and then they're being delayed lunchtime even later. so they're sitting there, stomachs growling, how are they going to concentrate? >> if that's the case, you had a that, maybe let them eat lunch first. but i'm sure there's more to this story than what we see here. >> bottom line, neither of you think it's segregation? >> i think segregation is a tough word. >> a load word, yeah. >> but i don't think it's a good idea. >> the school says it's not segregation and their grades have improved because of it. tom, stephanie, agreed to see you. coming up here on the show, if you thought pro football players were tough, think again.
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good morning, everybody. it is sundays, november 3rd, marathon day here in new york city. the president making this premise. >> if you're one of the more than 250 million americans who already have health insurance, you will keep your health insurance. >> and we're finding out that that was not necessarily true or not true. some -- so is there someone in the president's camp who is now saying i told you so? the behind the scenes debate may be battled that may have fueled president obama's fate. and if you thought pro football players were some of the toughest guys around, think again. one player walks out of the team. the nfl now investigating
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whether or not he was bullied by his teammates. b boo-hoo. plus with a moment a flight turns into the most emotional ride of their lives after finding out a fallen soldier was on the flight. the in-flight tribute all caught on camera. the man behind the video will join us live this hour. fox & friends hour four will start now. >> hi, folks. you're watching fox & friends live. why not? well, we reach a time when you don't have to set your clocks back any more? all the clocks will just switch themselves. there's the microwave clock you need to switch. >> the clocks in here are still -- freaked me out this morning. >> human beings still have a role in the process. >> i don't want that any more. i want robots. are you ready for the robot takeover? >> i do. i don't want to set clocks any more. the pain gives me back pain.
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>> good morning, everyone. julia, nice to see you. >> good morning to you. good to be here, guys. let's get to some headlines before we get to the other news. we have new details now in that terrifying rampage at legislation international airport that left tsa agent dead. federal prosecutors charged the accused gunman paul ci may ntia with the murder of a federal tsa officer. he was shot four times by police, still in the hospital, he's unconscious so he has not been questioned. overnight, l.a.x. playing tribute to the fallen tsa agent, lighting the pylon blue in his honor. 39 yield gerardo hernandez was shot at point-blank range. then the gunman came back to shoot him again. hernandez leaves mind two kids. his grooefg wife speaks out for the first time. >> he was always excited to go
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to work and enjoy the interaction. he was a joyful person. always smiling. >> two other tsa agents injured are now at home recovering. a group of eight skydivers and two pilots, lucky to be alive. they were in two plane webs those plane lighted. one plane was sent plummeting to either in flames. the pilot parachuted out. the other pilot was able to land the plane safely. all of the skydivers jumped for it. >> anytime two planes collide in the air, it's a potential disaster for everyone involved. >> incredibly, the only injuries here were bumps and bruises. can you believe that? and a touching moment during the world series parade in boston. watch.
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♪ god bless america my home sweet home ♪ >> you recognize them? the sox playing tribute to the victims of the marathon bombing, placing the world series trophy on the on finish line with a jersey reading boston strong. >> to honest the victims of that day, you know, it's a -- it's an honor to be the first team to do it. >> great shane victorino. >> the rolling rally celebrated the title. this is a fireball creeping along a power line. >> very slowly, watch. >> creeping. hurdling, creeping, whatever you
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want to call it. this big ball of electricity powered along power lines in canada following a massive storm inches from hitting homes in that area, as you can see. friday night's storms knocked out power lines. 350,000 people were without power. >> i wonder if your computers would be okay after that. i think my hard drive is fried. i can't figure out why. >> let's check in with rick outside. >> any more shots of the ecli e eclipse? >> i think we have more shots solar eclipse. take a look at the pictures. this one is lagos, nigeria. it's going to be a full solar eclipse for areas in africa. we had a sliver of it this morning on the east coast. can you believe we have live shots of a solar eclipse going on in africa? >> no, i can't. that's awesome. really awesome. >> i don't know if everybody is as excited as i am. take a look at the weather maps. we'll show you what's going on.
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the marathon, the main wave of the marathon is going to begin in about 30 memberships. you're talking about 46 degrees and a north wind at 14 miles per hour. which is going to be enough to make the windchill feel like it's into the 30s. so a chilly run by the end, say around 12:30. we're talking temps into the low 30s. windchills into the low 30s. we're dealing with wind. you like the cool weather here. i've never experienced it. but here across the northeast, here is your forecast for the day today. we're going to see snow to start the morning, but by the afternoon, things are going to be clearing out quite nicely. guys, are you ready for this? coming up later in the slow, it's the people from title boxing club. apparently we've had too much feed here the last couple of weeks and they think that we've been putting on weight. they're going to show us how to not put on weight before christmas. >> that's why you're doing this segment. >> i know. no steaks and burgers today. >> yeah. we have no coronas on the show. good luck, rick. >> thanks, rick. we're learning a lot more
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about the politics behind obama care and some of it is shocking. this morning's "wall street journal" has a piece behind the president's rhetoric. his famous line if you like the plan you have, you can keep the plan. turns out it's not true. we know it now. but it turns out he knew it at the time. the presidential aides knew it and they said this out loud and they were ruled down, shouted down, in effect, by the political staff. >> this was a big selling point, obviously, being able to stay with your own policy. if you didn't like what the administration was offering. this is what the "wall street journal" says. one former administration official says as the law was being crafted, some white house policy advisers objected to the breath of mr. obama's, quote, keep your plan promise. they were overruled by aides. the white house said it was unaware of the objection. >> so no one in the room -- it was all yes men?
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yes, let's go with that plan. apparently not, but it was all done around the idea of simplification. a former speech writer for president obama says simplification and ease of explanation were a premium and that was true throughout the entire process. they wanted the president to go out on the podium and they want add clear, simple message. if you like your plan, you can keep it. they didn't want add any asterisk or footnote. >> adding that it wasn't true. by the way, none of this is true. and as far as messaging goes, i guess they did a good job of it. >> he wouldn't have gotten re-elected, he wouldn't have known. 10 million people were going to keep their plan at least. they were engaged in something larger. and when you feel like you're on a sacred mission, it's pretty easy to wage holy wars. >> for a while. until -- >> for a while. >> outside of that bubble, people start to ask questions. and the word of the day around
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here now, the word of the day is subpoena. it's one of my favorite news words, by the way. >> it is odd when there is a b in that word. shouldn't be. but darrel issa wanted answers around why the botched website rollout. now another sa mean that could be forthcoming from the republican-led house wayes and means committee because they want to know how many people have enrolled. the white house, we know, has those numbers and they have not released it. >> but they've been contradicting themselves about whether or not they have those numbers. obviously, the website is not working. >> well, they leaked the numbers this week. >> well, but i mean, are those numbers the accurate numbers? the white house said they would be calling the information, it would be complicated and we would get those numbers sometime in mid november. but they know enough to say that -- >> they haven't contested the numbers. jay carney came out on friday and presented these numbers.
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>> you're a web master. you're a master of many things. you're also a web master. you were on the daily call.com. fantastic political website. if i wanted to know, tucker, how many people visited your site between the 8:00 a.m. hour and 9:00 a.m. hour on sunday, can you tell me that? >> i can tell you how many people are on the site right now, where they live, probably some other information. it's really easy. anybody who knows anything about the web will tell you, this is the whole point. every data point is measurable. we know everything. so we don't know? untrue. >> more news this morning and you're going to sit at home today and watch some nfl football, you might not know what's been going on wind the scenes, specifically with the players union, the players association that handles sort of the emotional well being of the nfl players. of course, they've been dealing lately with all the concussion issues in the nfl. you think that would be top priority for them right now. last week, something interested happened at the miami dolphin
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necessary their locker room. jonathan martin, he decided after this loss on sunday to leave the team. he walked out. and citing emotional issues, basically saying he was stressed out. when you start to dig more deeply into it, it seems like there might be bullying in the locker room that led to him leaving. >> there are stories going around. one of the stories is that he went into the cafeteria, sat down and all the other guys got up. i feel bad for this guy. clearlies has some emotional issues. >> he's an nfl player. >> there's something going on. >> this is a sport that's so tough that the majority of people that play it get brain damage, apparently. and yet when people are rude to him at lunch, that's too much? >> but when you get into the nfl or when you play in the nba and away from the microphones, you know when you're going up to the free-throw line to hit a free throw in the nba, you're going to be hear all kinds of crazy
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stuff being yelled to you from the other players. so they're looking at this. they're saying he has emotional issues right now. he is out and he took a swipe at apparently one of the players responsible for this is richie incognito, which is the greatest name ever. >> we can't find him. >> we can't find him anywhere. but apparently, he might be the one. richie incognito may have said some things to him which may have caused him to leave the team. >> it seems like there has to be a lot more to this story. >> this is a sport that's -- >> i'm starting to. the national hysteria over bullying has -- >> no, i do hate bullying. but come on, lighten up, america. it's okay for people to disagree. >> let us know what you think. coming here on the show, i didn't know if the president's excuse over and over again, but has the president become a bystander in his own white house? we'll talk about this. and talk about foul play,
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the president repeatedly has said he didn't know about major issues that plagued his administration, like targeting in benghazi. it has some asking is he a bystander in his own white house? chuck, thanks for joining us this morning. >> good to be here. >> so is the president clueless or is he lying about not knowing? >> you know, the question is after winning two election, bailing out the automotive industry, passing the stimulus
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package, after doing all of these things, this week's issue is his management style. whatever you consider his management style, we're more concern about the budget deficit, passing the budget, passing the debt ceiling issue and getting government back to work again and getting health care straight. so i know that this is,in', another condrived issue by the only on people whose approval rating is lower than the president, toous congress. >> but he has said he was unaware. this is a conservative's dream, though. if you don't agree with obama, you want him playing golf, don't you? >> this has been the narrative of the white house is that he's been the bystander. he didn't know the website wasn't ready. he didn't know we were spying on angela merkel. this is what's coming out of the white house. and i have to disagree, respectfully, with the reverend. this has been a consistent critique from the left and the white. during the syria crisis three months ago, it was maureen dowd, it was dana millbank from the washington post who called the president a bystander.
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so this is nothing new. it's been fairly consistent and it has emerged because of his consistent governing style of creating this plausible deniability when thinking going wrong. and that's because this president, more than anyone in modern history has an aversion to modern history. >> it's just basic management practice when you have a massive screw up like obama care, why doesn't he fire anybody for these mistakes? >> i can't speak for the president. i think decency would say that after a massive screw up on signature legislation, that the person ought to have the grace themselves to resign. >> i agree with that completely. >> having said that, you or on i might fire that person or create a climate -- you see, the real climate you want is for the person to get the job done rather than have to fire them when they did do the job right. so having failed that, we're talking about a congress that for 45 sometimes voted against that legislation and created a toxic environment where improvements cannot be made and
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discussions cannot be held. >> so do you think republicans in congress responsible for obama care -- >> absolutely non. it's proven itself to be so malfunctional, tucker, even something as basic as the website. remember, the president, the eve of the october 1st deadline came out and said the obama care website would be like amazon or to buy a toaster oven. the reality is this president has created a dynamic in his white house at which no one is accountable for mistakes. so when they happen, they blame the right punish been now this is the difference even coming from the left. >> only six people have been able to sign on to kayak for the last six weeks. >> so the republicans have launched an investigation into google. >> gentlemen, thank you very much. on next up, the moment a flight turned into the most emotional flights of their lives to find out a fallen american
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aware of that. i know you really liked the flight attendance. >> she was amazing and in her welcome announcement, she thanked the soldiers. everyone clapped, which i thought was pretty cool. while i was in the air, i updated my facebook page and i wrote that. right before landing, the pilot made that announcement. >> there's some video that we're going to run right now. and it's really -- it breaks my heart. and when i read your blog about this, they had just basically what they do when there's a fallen soldier, some places, they actually have water sprayed from fire trucks on to the plane to honor the soldier. the families are often nearby. you said, looking at the video right now, that it looked like fought just water on a plane, but at one point it started to look like teares and we're about to see that in a second. tell us what that was like? >> i've seen the water cannon salute many times. in my line of business, a lot of times on an an inagoul flight
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and it's a happy occasion. but this time, it was everything but happy. it just felt like tears, from heaven, even. >> and you said one of the rellists of this fallen soldier was at the airport to greet their son or husband. >> they weren't on the plane. when i got off the plane, there was a crowd around the window, all the passengers who are usually on a hurry to get off the plane and go on to their next flight. but i could see off to the left, the mother or wife and a couple other people, maybe their sons, wrapped in blarnths. and when they brought the casket out, my god, it was the most emotional thing i've ever seen in my life. i saw her put her hand up and reached on to the casket. i walked away and i felt like it was her private moment. i didn't want to take a picture after that. i thought it was an important story to tell because most americans don't appreciate the military. >> you've had incredible reaction on yahoo!.
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i saw it on facebook the other day. i shared it. i got so many people reacting to it, i couldn't keep myself together reading this story. it's a wonderful, wonderful story and we appreciate you bringing it to us. >> john, thanks for bringing it to us this morning. >> keep it together when we talk about that. another story, this will also make i proud to be an american. a stepmother heads to the post office to send a care package to her son who was in afghanistan. what happened next, she didn't see it coming. and looking to make some extra money, it's easy to dig into your closet. there are a lot of things in there right now, actually, that you could use. take out, go and sell and make a lot of extra cash you probably don't even think it would be worth anything. we'll tell you all about it. [ dennis ] it's always the same dilemma --
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yeah. so whoa. tired of that music, people. it's the marathon, so many people are here this year. first wave of the race is just about to get under way. safety and surveillance are the key words today in addition to the thousands of cameras and police officers, runners are being monitored by bomb sniffing dogs. we've got police, scuba divers, surveillance, helicopters ppts top to bottom, covered. >> i saw a scuba diver walk down the street earlier. i thought he was fishing golf
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balls out of the pond in central park. but no. welcome back to fox & friends. 9:30 a.m. eastern time. i saw a lot of people saying they forgot to set their clocks. you wouldn't be able to do that if he had a dumb phone. >> there are no clocks any more. everybody i wouldn't go uses a phone, right? >> right. and do you have a vcr any more? >> a vcr? >> it would flash until next year when it was accurate again? what about a dumb phone? could those help you save your marriage or improve your marriage. >> a washington post reporter smashed his own smartphone on the ground. >> out of anger? >> no. it fell and smashed. he was like, you know what? i'm going to buy a 7-year-old razor phone, motorola razor. and he writes this. my social life, marriage, have improved. i no longer stare at my phone during dinner or bedtime. i converse more when hanging out with my friends. my wife is a lot happier. happy wife, h
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>> that is so true. go to a restaurant. the next time you're in a restaurant, look up and you may see a family seated around the table, each one lost in its own universe looking into a phone screen. >> and we all complain about it, but i'm telling you, when we go out to lunch sometime, we'll be sitting there and all of us will have our smartphones sitting there. >> when you're out to dinner, let's say you go out with one other person to lunch, right? that person gets up to the to the bathroom. see if it's possible you not to reach into your own pocket to get your smartphone. notice something you might not have noticed. >> you are the wrath of the cocaine bar. on that level of compassion ought to tip you off, this is an unhealthy behavior. >> and you find you've not accomplished anything when you looked at your phone in the first place. >> or you texted people and now you're getting texts back as you're trying to eat your lunch. i know. this is an e-mail from richard
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regarding this topic. he said personally i feel using smartphone toes take over some mundane tasks ago very to remember phone numbers leaves me for more time for important ones like having to remember where i put my smartphone. >> for using technology intelligently, automate certain tasks so you don't have to waste four hours doing something stupid, that makes sense. dave writes, my cell is older than my flip phone. i'm perfectly happy with it and it shows in my marriage. this phone has been dropped and submerged in water many times and it just won't die. it is great. barbara writes my husband says he definitely is going back as soon as his contract is up, but i'm not sure i can give up my smartphone. yes, you can. one day at a time, barbara. >> pat and tom writes, who needs a smartphone? this is our on phone. >> what's that? what is it? >> do we have a picture of it or something? >> is there a photo? >> there's probably a rotary
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phone. >> that is awesome. that looks like something out of the 1930s. >> it's pretty cool. >> judy ann writes, i still have a flip phone, happy with it, no plans to change and i have text messages blocked. if son wants to talk to me, he must use his voice. let's get do some headlines right now. a woman, this is horrifying, set on fire at a georgia gas station. this is disturbing video. surveillance video shows the terrifying moments police says her husband got too close, lit his grit. the flames spreading over to his wife. can you imagine how she's feeling? she was taken to the hospital, second degree burns to his back, legs and head. her husband is facing charges of reckless conduct. did you ever think your grades would matter for lunchtime? a high school in tennessee is separating students based on how will they do in their classes. the practice has some parents outraged calling it segregation.
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we're hearing from you on in this morning. phil e-mailed us and said this is nothing more than adult bullying. jenean e-mails us saying, of course, this is needed and it is a good thing because the kids who aren't doing well are being tutored. self-esteem concerns are not an excuse for not doing school work. mikhala e-mailed us and said why not offer the kids an area dedicated to lunch and study at the same time. hey, korea. i'm with you on that one. that's a good one. honoring our heros, a postal worker performance an act of kindness. gardener chamber lynn is his name. he paid $60 posted on a care package to somebody he didn't even know. her name was christina morancy. she was sending a care package to her son in afghanistan. they both joined us earlier on fox & friends to talk about the good deed. >> i had overheard her talking about how she and her friends
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put these care packages together. so i said, well, i can doolittle bit and help a little bit more. so i paid for the postage. >> i said you didn't have to pay for this. he said he's over there and we're over here and that, like, just yanked at my heart. >> her stepson, brody, appreciated it. gardener has done this before. he himself is a veteran who served in the navy during vietnam and as for christmas, christina's stepson, he said he appreciated gardener's act of kindness. and so did we. some foul play from a sneaky chicky. the chicken just, like, keeps dodging the doberman, stealing from food from underneath his nose and his entire body. the bird was not scared of the
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pooch no matter how many times he tried to scare the chicken away. rick. >> what's going on out on there? >> you noticed the last time i am at this really nice woman while she thought about the shot out of africa. what i didn't know is that your daughter is running the marathon. >> my daughter is running the marathon. >> that's why you're here in new york city. >> that's why i'm here, yes. >> is she ready? >> she's ready. >> are you proud? >> i am proud. she ran the national marathon and missed qualifying for boston by 30 seconds. and she was supposed to run this last year, but, of course, it was canceled. >> congratulations. good luck to her. speaking of these pictures, take a look at a couple of pictures of the eclipse here in the u.s. we've been showing you these live shots out of africa this morning, but this comes from mark hefton in south carolina. you can barely see a little bit of the end of the eclipse on that shot. but this one here, take a look
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at this from bruce from hilton head, south carolina, sunrise over the atlantic ocean in hilton head, a spectacular shot. guys, i changed clothes because if you aren't aware, we're all working out here in a little bit. the guys from title boxing is here. there's a guy here with a dee jay. tucker, juliette, i think this is us in just a little bit. julia, you have to figure out what you're going to do in that dress. >> do i really actually have to go out on? >> i think so. >> i'm not much of a boxer. so on when was the last time you actually went into your closet, looked at it and said, you know, i can get rid of this, i can get rid of this and i can make some money from the stuff you have in your closet. look who is here. there is a lot of money in this closet. you may not like some of the stuff you have and you may not able to make money off the stuff you don't like it. >> absolutely. there's a lot of money hiding in
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every woman's closet. and i'm going to show you things you can sell and make a lot of money from. >> let's start. >> number one, the wedding dress. >> i wouldn't know anything about that. >> me, neither. so the wedding dress is something na a lot of women hold on to. it's one of the most expensive purchases you'll ever make and you're never going to wear it again. you might be surprised to know that we've sold hundreds of thousands of second hand wedding dresses. >> can you get decent money for it? >> if you bought your dress in the last five years, you'll make about 50% of what you paid for it. >> oh, nice. that's good news. there is gold jewelry i see hanging up there. >> one thing i always notice in women's closet, they have a lot of spray earrings and old watches from college, pieces that they're not wearing. prices for gold are fantastic. you can sell it on shop or sell it if it's in style. >> gold is back in, i have to say. >> i'm wearing gold. >> how about clothes that don't
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fit your body. obviously maybe if it's too small i think we're going to lose would it, but if it's been sitting there for five years, it's time to go. >> magazines used to tell us this, right? keep a size 2 in your closet. it will motivate you to lose weight. >> yeah, right. >> take that money and use it to buy something that really fits your body and makes you feel great. >> people do buy used clothes. >> millions and millions of women are -- >> and you can put it on ebay and all that site. >> put it on ebay, our site, tracy.com, which is all just for fashion. >> and how about this, clothes that don't fit your lifestyle. >> exactly. when we go from dating to marriage to career to motherhood, we change. we change so much, right? >> you mean we're supposed to dress more mature as we get older? the miniskirts, it's time to get rid of them? >> i'm not sure if you have anywhere to wear this any more, but i know i don't. once you've worn one of these, it's hard to wear these.
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so if you're holding on to old fashioned, time to let it go, make some money. >> a lot of people love the old 80s stuff coming back. yeah, you can always get rid of that stuff and somebody will like it. >> thank you, tracy. what's your website again? >> trayz.com. some of the president's advisers wanted to dump joe abide sxn replace him with hillary clinton in 2012. but this bombshell report is it just a way to churn up support for hillary's run in 2016? some are saying that. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] with five
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she says it's not the program that she used toco anger because it doesn't do news any more. so she was kind of taking an interesting shot. >> it's a more free wheeling format of the view, which as you know, is all ladies. >> of course, which is very important. you know, i think she's a huge, huge star to a lot of female journalists who were growing up in the business. when she was able to break the glass ceiling. and i think that her talking to you about the end of her career and retiring is really significant because she's getting off the stage when she feels like she's on top, which is, i think, another role model decision. >> i'm still not convinced she's going to retire. i can't imagine television without barbara walters.
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but she talks about her reasons for not wanting to step down at the end of the season. media buzz is on at 11:00 a.m. eastern time right here on the fox news channel. catch it today at 11:00 a.m. thanks, guys, we appreciate it. >> thank you. coming up here on the show, how can you avoid backing on those holiday pounds? the key is to start right now. it is november 3rd. we're getting into the boxing ring. the best way to battle the bulge before it even begins.
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we have boxes out here, too. you want to battle the bulge before the holiday bustle even begins?
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here now with a one-two punch for your waistline is brooke. >> yeah, perfect. >> marketing director for a boxing club. people are exercising. it's amazing, and it's fun. >> making be tired. why do you want to start now. november 3rd, people start packing on the pounds now. >> why wait for new year's day when you can start today? we say come on in to the club and we'll tailor a workout for you. a one-hour power hour. 15 minutes of warmup with 30 minutes of boxing intervals and 15 minutes at the end. come on in. >> if you eat too much over thanksgiving, you could be beaten up? >> no, we're here to guide you and help you develop your fitness goals and guide you along the way, but when you come in, you'll make better decisions. >> take a look at this. holiday weight gain, 50% of annual weight gain happens during the holidays in this country. 50%. so better yet, if you can
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develop that habit, how long does it take to dweevelop this habit? >> we recommend three times a week and you can burn up to 1,000 calories in an hour. you're in and out. the class starts on time and ends on time so it's great for people with a busy schedule. >> should we try this? >> i have gloves. >> we nominate you. >> he was martial arts, so he has a background, which is good. don't let him fool you. >> you do a 15-minute warmup, what do you do? >> we'll be doing jump hoping. you can do pink, sure. breast cancer awareness just ended. you can do pink. they emulate what boxers do with their warmup with jump rope, high knees to get your energy up, and then the round emulates the boxing experience. the second one is harder. >> can you show us what the warmups are? >> yeah. >> you in?
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let me do this. >> she's strong. >> i believe it. you ready to show me? >> yeah. so here, joe, come on. >> okay. >> so we'll do the jab. show them with the jabs here. >> jabs, your lead hand, so your right for you. >> there you go. you've got it. get it, guy. okay. >> keep it going. keep it going. >> you can come in with some hooks on this, too. >> look at this, he's getting a workout, hitting it, hitting it hard. >> don't want to interrupt this. he's getting a workout right now. >> up, up. look at this. he's going to need a touchup. he's getting sweaty. >> this is part of what you're doing for the 30-minute activity. >> yeah, so we'll do three minutes of this eight times. >> three minutes of that eight times. >> yeah, and we do one -- >> i'm no math genius, but it sounds like a lot. >> it's full body. you have your arms and then your core mixed with your legs when
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you're turning. it's a total body workout. and then one minute of active rest between each of the rounds. >> you can really get your aggression out. >> and you could be doing squats. no, it's active. it's high intensity interval training. >> things you don't like on here, like the irs. >> we'll tailor the workout for you. if you want to put someone's face here, you can tape it to the bag. >> you have a great dj playing music. do you typically have that? >> we do. we have a community-based club, so we know your name when you come in, not just a number, and we have live music for the club opens and great tunes. >> awesome. >> it is. >> more "fox & friends" in mere moments. stay tuned. [ giggles ] [ snaps finger ] [ wisest kid ] campbell's tomato soup with grilled cheese. perfect together. what should we do next?
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our thanks to title boxing. go to titleboxingclub.com. this woman over here lost 60
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pounds from doing the workout. >> no way. >> way. >> it's for everybody and every fitness range. >> all over the country. thank you. >> a ten-minute workout on foxandfriends.com. >> stay tuned. fox news alert. new details coming in on the terrifying shooting at the los angeles international airport. as you know, tragically left one tsa officer dead. this morning, we have brand new video that's been emerging from inside that terminal as the chaos unfolded. >> everyone on the floor! on the floor now! on the floor. >> you're looking at the scene just seconds after the 23-year-old accused gunman opened fire inside the airport. police saying the suspect shot the tsa agent at point blank range before turning the weapon on the crowd and alle

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